A surface low off the Virginia coast will continue to slowly lift north today, progressing off the New England coast tomorrow. A low pressure system in Quebec will bring the next cold front to our region Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. High pressure returns for the mid-week period.
Another storm system may affect the region on Friday, followed by high pressure on Saturday. This will be the last day that we will have some weather effects from the upper/surface low across our area. The lows will pass N/NE just to the east of our waters today. There will be frequent cloudy periods over the area and also some showers mostly across the eastern third of NJ today. Winds will be mostly NE this morning then NW this afternoon. Wind speeds will be around 10-15 mph much of the day, then decrease late. Improving conditions willc ontinue with decreasing clouds through the night.
Low temperatures will be mostly in the 40s N/W and in the low/mid 50d across the Delaware Valley and Delmarva. Winds will be light. Patchy fog is possible across rural areas too. There are three main features we will be watching in the long term. First, a cold front could bring a round of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Secondly, another low pressure system could bring rain Thursday night into Friday. Finally, a third low pressure system could arrive late in the weekend.